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$200,000.00 up for grabs in Child Advocacy Centre 50/50 Cash Lottery

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Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre 50/50 Cash Lottery

The CACAC is excited to announce their newest community initiative: the Central Alberta Child Advocacy Centre 50/50 Cash Lottery!

One lucky winner will walk away with up to $200,000 all while supporting the efforts of the Centre.

Tickets start at just $10 – or increase your chances to win with 10 for $25, 25 for $50, and 50 for $75. Minimum guaranteed prize of $80,000!

“Our 50/50 Cash Lottery is not only going to change the life of the winner, it is also going to change the lives of the many children and families that we support here in Central Alberta.

In just two years’ time we have supported more than 830 children and youth impacted by child abuse from 74 communities across the province.

It takes courage for a child to share their story of abuse, it also takes courage from the community to listen, believe and seek justice.

With the help of our courageous community – with your help, we can and will continue to support every vulnerable child that needs us.

Each ticket sold in our lottery helps give the chance of a brighter and healthier future.” Mark Jones, CACAC CEO

Tickets are available online at www.cacac5050.caand will be emailed to the purchaser. You can also call the Centre directly to purchase tickets at 587-272-2233. Lottery license number: 547979

The CACAC 50/50 Cash Lottery deadline is March 8th, 2020 at 11:00pm and the draw will take place on March 17, 2020 at 11:00am.

Central Alberta

25 COVID cases in Red Deer – Central Alberta Update (April 3)

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Information from covid19stats.alberta.ca

The province is churning through thousands of tests and provincially the numbers of COVID-19 cases is over 1,000.

As of Friday, April 3 there are 61 cases in Central Alberta.

Altogether Red Deer has 25 cases of COVID-19.

  • Red Deer – East has 16
  • Red Deer – South West has 4
  • Red Deer – North West has 5

Here’s the breakdown in the Central Zone.

 

 

  • Red Deer – 25
  • Red Deer County – 10
  • Wetaskiwin County – 8
  • Lacombe – 3
  • Camrose & County – 3
  • Olds – 2
  • Vegreville / Windburn County – 2
  • Vermilion River County – 2
  • Tofield – 2
  • Innisfail – 1
  • Ponoka – 1
  • Stettler County – 1
  • Three Hills / Highway 21 – 1

There are still wide swaths of Central Alberta showing no cases so far.

There are a few cases in Central Alberta in people in their 80’s (according to the figure below).  There are still no confirmed COVID-19 cases in people younger than 20 in Central Alberta region.  Young people could potentially be carrying the virus, but none have become ill so far.

Here are the total numbers for the province.  In recent days the percentage of cases in Central Alberta has dropped from 8 to 6.

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Central Alberta

6 more cases of COVID in Central Alberta, 57 in total – (April 1 update)

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Information from covid19stats.alberta.ca

There was a big jump in COVID-19 cases in Alberta as the province was able process over 4,500 tests in the previous 24 hours.  As of Wednesday, April 1 there are 57 cases in Central Alberta.

Red Deer – East now has 15 cases.  There are two more cases in Red Deer – North for a total of 4.

Altogether Red Deer has 23 cases of COVID-19.

  • Red Deer – East has 15
  • Red Deer – South West has 4
  • Red Deer – North West has 4

Here’s the breakdown in the Central Zone.

 

  • Red Deer – 23
  • Red Deer County – 8
  • Wetaskiwin County – 8
  • Lacombe – 3
  • Camrose & County – 3
  • Olds – 2
  • Vegreville / Windburn County – 2
  • Vermilion River County – 2
  • Tofield – 2
  • Innisfail – 1
  • Ponoka – 1
  • Stettler County – 1
  • Three Hills / Highway 21 – 1

Surprisingly, there are still wide swaths of Central Alberta showing no cases so far.

One of the newest cases in Central Alberta appears to be a woman in her 80’s (according to the figure below).  There are still no confirmed COVID-19 cases in people younger than 20 in Central Alberta region.  Young people could potentially be carrying the virus, but none have become ill so far.

It’s easy to see today’s spike in this graph indicating the date when cases were confirmed throughout the province.

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